plug ins

Discussion in 'Recording Computers' started by fused, May 10, 2010.

  1. fused

    fused

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    hi all,

    looking to upgrade in the plug department on my mac.

    i run mainly Logic 9 with stock plugs with a few 3rd party (colour tone phase tool) and i have a few spare coins in the bank and want to buy some decent EQ and compression plugs.

    i have been looking at the API pack from Waves (native) and have heard some great feed back about these. i have used the SSL 4k pack but didnt get enough time time get familiar with them.

    i have an imac and mac book so i dont have pcie slots for the UAD stuff..... but...... is there any Neve plugs that run native?

    jim
  2. hueseph

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    have you checked out the TC Powercore? It's a bit more expensive but runs off of Firewire.
  3. fused

    fused

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    hi hueseph,

    little bit too expensive at the mo, altho i have been looking at the sonnox plugs which run on TC... they are quite reasonably as a elite native bundle £799.
  4. Adler

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    The reverb, chorus, and delay plug-ins bundled with the stock TC PowerCore are unparalled in their price class. Unfortunately, many of the other bundled plug-ins, such as the compressors and eqs, are really quite average. But there a good number of quality third party options, like the Sonnox plug-ins, available.

    Chris Adler
    Mindtree Studios
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